What are some adaptations of the African elephant?
African Elephants have some advantageous adaptations. For example, they have a trunk to grab plants and food from high places or to carry and hold things. Also, they use their trunks to breathe with when they go underwater, and to suck up water and wash themselves.
What are the adaptations of an Asian elephant?
Asian elephant adaptations include cooling mechanisms with their trunks and ears, growing up to six new set of teeth over a lifetime and communicating via vibrations to compensate for poor eyesight.